Razer is getting set to launch a new pair of headphones that are a lovely shade of bright green. The headphones will be called Orca and bear a striking resemblance to the Carcharias headset just without a microphone. Oh, and that bright green hue that encompasses almost the entire set. The Orca headphones are designed for gamers and music lovers who are constantly on the go since it comes with a short braided cable, but no mention was made of how short it is. I expect it to be about 1 meter long since that seems to be about average for a shorter cable on headphones. There is also a 2 meter long braided extension cable to provide some much needed give if you happen to get up and walk around while wearing the headphones in your home. On the technical side, the Orca's pack 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets, a 15 - 21,000 Hz frequency response, and a standard 3.5mm headphone plug. The headphones are a circumaural set so it will go fully around your ears though no mention was made if it is an open or closed set.
The Razer Orca headphones will be launching later this month in the U.S. and sometime in the third quarter for the rest of the world. The price tag will be $59.99 or €59.99.